Saturday, March 31, 2007

The Secret & Beyond

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This video corroborates what I have said in my book, ANOTHER PLACE IN SPACE [EARTH].

My books deal with "creating your own reality" and the "Law Of Attraction" all the way to "YOU" [your Higher Self] creating where and when you were born.

Think outside the box. These thoughts are done before you even have brain....before you were born.  Creating Your Reality goes way beyond the conscious mind.

This transformational process is not done with your conscious mind. Although; our conscious mind plays a significant role in creating our reality, it is our Higher Self [which is beyond the physical dimension] that truly knows what is best for us. There is only so much that we choose or allow to filter through to our conscious minds.

This is where HOPE comes in. 

This is where FAITH comes in.

This is where DIVINE INTELLIGENCE comes in.

This is where GOD [YOUR TRUE SELF/YOUR HIGHER SELF] comes in.

You are welcome to check out my FREE DOWNLOAD on my website for part of my first book that deals with creating your own reality and law of attraction.

This is NOT done with your conscious mind.


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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

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What is Powerful Intentions?

What is Powerful Intentions?

Powerful Intentions is a unique Online Community based on Law of Attraction.

The Community members are people from all walks of life who have the following things in common:

Believe in the Power of Intentions

Were somehow "Attracted" to be here

Want to connect with "Positive" like minded people

Enjoy a little "Spiritual Incorrectness"

Magnetized by Abraham-Hicks and "The Secret"
It is our Powerful Intention to to create the most fertile community in the world for people to manifest their Intentions!

Your intentions may be about anything you desire.

Health, Wealth, Business, Relationships, Family, Spirituality, Community, Abundance, Travel or "Healing Your Goldfish"!

This is scientifically being accomplished by "Charging and Conditioning the Space" of this Community in such a way that, you, as a member, are able to experience the results of your own Intentions with Fun, Brilliance, Simplicity and Ease!

Years ago the above would have sounded like "airy fairy" jargon to us.

Today, we KNOW it to be the leading edge of science. We have the knowlege and the technology! We have ALREADY done it, and now we are doing it on a much bigger and expanded scale.

In non technical terms this means Powerful Intentions was scientifically designed to allow people to be "Lucky"!

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Law Of Attraction - The Basics Of Why Your Life Is The Way It Is

The Law of Attraction is an ancient concept that is being made widely known by a massively popular DVD movie called, 'The Secret'.

The Law of Attraction is based on a Universal Law that is all around you working all the time. It states that what you give your attention to in life, you attract. In other words, like attracts like. Everything in your life, your current situation, the good things you like and the bad things you do not like, you have literally attracted.

Now, the immediate response tends to be 'no I did not, I did not attract this or that'. We live in an orderly Universe that is very specific and precise. So much so, that we can time the landing of a spacecraft on the moon within a few seconds. You attract what you give your attention to most.

The problem is that most people tend to focus on the things that they do not want and wonder why they are in the situation that they do not want! The Law of Attraction does not discriminate between good or bad, it is all relative. Whether you want something or do not want something, as long as you are thinking about it, you are attracting it!

Take money for example as most people have issues here. A lot of people are in debt and can never seem to get out of it. They think, well, I do not want to be in debt. Whether you want to get out of debt or not, if you are thinking debt, then you are going to attract more of it. This is a powerful Law. The Law of Attraction is working all the time. Whether you see it, understand it or not, it is there, like the force of gravity. You can see gravity and like me you probably do not understand it. But you know it is there and the effect it has.

What you need to start doing if you are unhappy with something in your life is to shift your focus. You need to start putting your focus on the things that you do want, not what you do not want! It is easier said than done but little by little, the more you practice this, the more you will start to see things shift in your life. As you practice and become aware of the things that you want, actually start appearing in your life, you will know this is the Law of Attraction at work. You are the creator of your reality. Focus on what you want and change your life!

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The Law of Attraction - The Unanswerable Question Answered?

Question: If we attract only that which we think about, then how can you explain negative manifestations in the lives of very happy and positive people. I'm talking about devastating events such as being diagnosed with cancer, car accidents and so on. Surely nobody actively thinks about these things, let alone attracts them. Even very positive dynamic people have suffered these unfortunate consequences. How does the 'Law of Attraction' and positive thinking explain away these occurrences?

My Answer: I think it is important to remember that the 'Law of Attraction' is not just a force that works on an individual one-to-one basis. It is at work with the entire universe. We are truly talking about a far reaching global force here. Just as gravity works to hold down your pencil to the table, it also works to hold down the mountains to the earth.

Now let's have a look at the force of gravity in action for a moment. Imagine two objects, a large asteroid and a small pebble. Which is going to make the biggest impact upon the ocean, the pebble falling from the sky or the asteroid falling from the same height. Both are under the same force, only of course the asteroid is going to make a much bigger impact than the pebble. So it is not that the law of gravity is not working upon the pebble, it is... just that when it hits the ground it's impact is going to be over-ridden by the impact of the asteroid. What I'm saying is that the impact of the asteroid will over-ride and negate the pebbles impact.

Here is how this applies to our lives. You could equate the force of the asteroid to the belief in society that 'car crashes do happen at random'. I imagine if you conducted a survey of a few thousand people you would get the opinion that people do in fact believe that. So guess what is going to manifest in real life. Regardless of whether you as an individual have any particular belief about this subject, someone is inevitably going to be randomly involved in a car accident and therefore suffer the consequences of societies beliefs and point of attraction. Even if the individual person believed that they personally would not suffer this particular fate. Which force is going to have the largest attraction point, the asteroid of societies belief or the pebble of one person's thoughts.

Following this unbreakable law it becomes apparent then that the over-riding beliefs of society will make an impact on some people's lives. That is not to say you cannot enhance your own level of attraction, you most certainly can alter and change it to attract that which you wish, however there may be some occasions whereby this force is simply over-taken by societies beliefs and attraction levels. This maybe especially true in areas of your life where you may already have a low point of attraction and not applied much focus.

Another example of this in operation may be the observation of some countries. Of course there are many reasons why some countries are poorer than others but if you have a nation of people desperately hungry and living in poverty. Where do you think there most dominant thoughts are going to be focussed upon...more than likely on feelings of lack and of wanting. Of course then this is only going to attract more of the same and when entire nations are experiencing these thoughts and feelings, how on earth can they break-free from their poverty?

Whilst I don't wish to be-little any country, person, place or thing it does appear that the world really is not helping itself a great deal. Ok, so if I'm so smart what is the answer then? Well, I guess if everyone could become aware and use this concept in their favour, shifting their beliefs to abundance and well-being then maybe the world might have a chance of eliminating fear, worry, poverty and so on. Now that's a pretty big ask for sure, especially when you are one of the people suffering sat wondering where the next meal will come from!

The only way I could ever possibly see this happening is quite frankly through religion. How else could the entire world be united and taught these truths. I believe Jesus had it absolutely correct with his teachings of loving thy neighbour. He knew that by doing so this would inevitably attract the same feelings and manifestations of these back towards him. He assuredly knew that God/source energy/infinite power would match this vibrational thought pattern and return it to him. Two well known Bible messages backing this up on both the positive and negative side of this law include:

Seek ye first the kingdom of god and all these things shall be added unto you' and:
'Those whom fight by the sword shall die by the sword'.

I hope you too can see the power in these statements. I'm sure some people reading this will disagree and differ with some of my statements and that's fine. Each of us is on our own journey of inner discovery and what is true for one persons experience clearly may not be for another. The important thing to remember is to keep growing, keep progressing, keep discovering and above all to enjoy the journey....for you are going to be on this journey all of your life! Why not make it a Positive Thinking one full of prosperity and abundance?

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Manifesting Intentions - By Steve Pavlina

With respect to the intention-manifestation model of goal achievement mentioned in the previous post, like many others who’ve tried it, I have some difficulty applying it. When I’m at my most conscious, I’m able to focus my intentions congruently, and my goals begin to manifest with relative ease. However, sometimes I sink to a lower level of awareness and succumb to those conflicting thoughts and then have to deal with their manifestations as well. So the limiting factor seems to be my ability to keep my thoughts focused on what I want instead of putting mental energy into thinking about what I don’t want. Think of it like learning to manage mental karma.

I was curious about why this seems to be the case, so a few weeks ago, I put out the intention to get an answer to this question. I often use focused intention to get answers to questions, and it works quite well. I don’t blindly accept the answers — I use them as pointers for where to look, so everything runs through the intellect to see if it makes sense.

My question was, “Why is it that I seem to clearly understand the intention-manifestation process and can sometimes apply it to achieve wonderful results, but other times I cannot seem to focus enough on what I want without also harboring thoughts of what I don’t want?”

Then I waited for the answer to arrive.

And as usually occurs when I do this sort of thing, within a couple days I started noticing some interesting synchronicities. They were all instances of an early 1980s TV show called The Greatest American Hero. References to this show kept popping up around me, even though I hadn’t even thought about that show for years.

That was one of my favorite shows when I was 10 years old, so I still remembered it well. And it gave me the answer I was looking for.

If you aren’t familiar with the show, it’s about a high school teacher named Ralph who gets a visit from a UFO. The aliens give him a super suit which gives him powers, including flight, invisibility, and psychometry. The only problem is that he loses the instruction manual that came with the suit. So while he’s able to figure out and use some of the powers, he does so very badly. When he flies he’s always flapping his arms hysterically and crashing into things like walls, trees, and cars.

That answer made a lot of sense to me. Essentially the answer was, “Yes, intention-manifestation is a special power that humans possess, but you don’t fully understand how to use it yet.” It’s like having Ralph’s super suit without the instruction manual. You can still apply it, but only badly.

When I put out intentions to receive answers, they often come back in the form of synchronicities that lead to information, sometimes in symbolic form. Usually the symbols are obvious and easy to interpret. Sometimes the first synchronicity is also a trailhead. If you follow it, it can provide even more clues.

I decided to follow this trail, so I rented the first season of The Greatest American Hero on DVD (via Netflix). It was nostalgic to watch some of these old shows, and one of the first season episodes had a long sequence shot at CSUN, where I went to college about 10 years after that episode first aired. But the main thing I noticed was how the main characters’ discoveries and experiences were paralleling some of the things I was doing in my life right now. It was like the show was a symbolic representation of certain things I was learning. Ultimately the show gave me a lot of clues for other things to look into, which lead to some further answers.

One of my main goals is to learn more about how to use this intention-manifestation model and to better understand how it works. I can’t use the scientific method to explore it — no one can — because I can’t objectify my thoughts and separate them out to study them. But that doesn’t prevent me from exploring it on my own. Under this model it’s impossible to convince anyone that it works in any objective sense. Why? Because if you don’t believe in intention-manifestation, then that itself is an intention to manifest the failure of this model, so that’s what you’ll experience. But if you choose to believe it can work and will work, then it suddenly begins to work.

It’s unfortunate that there’s no way to convince someone this model works if they don’t already believe it works because that person will simply generate their own intentions to block anything that would convince them otherwise. But on the other hand, there seems to be so much power and potential in exploring this model, that I am eager to explore it further.

Many people would see the intention-manifestation model as a purely subconscious phenomenon. You convince yourself that something is true and thus become a self-fulfilling prophecy. And that is one way for this model to manifest results. There are many times where I could say the results might have come from subconscious action, such as when you notice a certain book in a bookstore. And of course this model can also manifest through direct action — you intend to do something, and then you do it. I don’t think it’s much of a stretch for people to accept that we can achieve results both through conscious and subconscious action.

But what about superconscious action? Can you generate results without physically doing anything to create them? Can you manifest real-world physical stuff just by willing it to be so?

This is what I’ve been experimenting with lately. The challenge is to separate out what I might be subconsciously creating below my level of awareness. And that seems to be something of an impossible task without bringing in outside observers, and then those observers would corrupt the experiment with their own intentions. This is where The Greatest American Hero reference fits. There’s no instruction manual.

But even though I can’t do experiments that would be able to convince anyone who wasn’t already convinced, that limitation doesn’t prevent me from getting some interesting results. I can’t separate the subconscious effects from the superconscious ones, but the interesting thing is that from the perspective of getting results, that doesn’t actually matter. If I believe in the superconscious effects, then the results are greater than if I don’t. It could be that a belief in the superconscious merely drives the subconscious effects into high gear. But even if that is what’s happening, it’s still a positive result.

I’ve been doing a lot of experiments over the past few months, trying to manifest different things, and not worrying so much as to whether they’re coming about through subconscious or superconscious action. I just let the intention decide how it wants to manifest without trying to control it. So far this has been working really well. I’ve even been able to co-create some interesting things with my wife, especially when we go out on dates.

After doing a lot of little experiments, last week I decided to focus on manifesting some extra cash, just to see if I could do it. Within two days I had received or found an extra $115. But by the end of the week, the total was up to $4332. None of this was from regular income sources. It was all “found money.” $1000 of it was expected. The rest was totally unexpected. During that week my regular income also went up after I did some Adsense optimizations. In fact, yesterday yielded the highest revenue ever, more than the entire first month’s total. So not only was the extra cash created, but a (likely permanent) income boost also occurred. Interesting….

I’ll certainly continue experimenting with this model. Material stuff isn’t the most important thing to me though, so I’m putting a lot more energy into intentions related to gaining understanding and knowledge. Perhaps I should put out an intention for the instruction book to arrive.

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Steve is intensely growth-oriented. He trained in martial arts, ran the L.A. Marathon, and graduated from college in three semesters with two degrees. He can juggle, count cards at blackjack, and make damn good guacamole. Steve is also a polyphasic sleeper, sleeping just 2-3 hours per day and only 20 minutes at a time. So chances are good that he's awake right now.

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Intended Outcomes

My experience with manifesting intentions is in many ways quite different than those expressed by many gurus. I see that many self improvement experts simply repeat what others have said without adding anything from their own success.

This happens in a great deal of the publishing world. Writers take suggestions, techniques and philosophies from the current field of work and simply duplicated whatever is being promoted. In my opinion, this creates a false sense of importance to the concept or approach being offered. They suggest it’s a very easy thing to do but without providing any real valuable advice to their readers as to how to accomplish this.

I have spent a great deal of time, thought and research into the concept and technique called “Manifesting Your Intentions.” Even Dr. Wayne Dwyer is promoting his books via PBS television shows. He talks about and around the topic. In my opinion, he offers very little in useful “how to” advice and information to listeners about how to understand and apply ways of developing this power for themselves.

Most of the success programs I’ve studied focus on all the “need toos” by which I mean they tell you what you need to do to succeed while hardly ever tell you of “how toos”. For example, they’ll say that in order to be happy, all you need to do is smile. This supposedly creates a change in your life and you’re on your way to happiness. If however you are in a mood or condition that causes you to be sad, this smiling thing will not work. It just won’t register and get through to the inner part of your mind. These programs also offer a list of affirmations which they claim when repeated or written everyday will cause changes in your life. The promoters suggest that these processes will create an intention that will manifest itself in your life as if a miracle happened. If only it were so easy?

All of this places you in a position of a petitioner or beggar asking the gods to deliver riches and success to you. By taking on a new way of seeing yourself, you can make the all important shift from beggar to creator, victim to victor!

I have had a great number of spectacular experiences with manifesting my intentions. In most of these experiences, occurred because I felt a part of what I wanted to accomplish. Perhaps I’m blessed with some unusual power of insights that get me what I want. Perhaps it’s simply the application of age old laws that brought me success. Whatever it was, I had a certainty about the outcomes. It was like I called up the pizza man and wham, the pizza was delivered. No more effort than that.

As more and more of my intentions (expressed or not) were manifested, my sense of power, confidence and trust in the process became stronger and clearer.

Now don’t get me wrong. I didn’t cause these miracles every week, but they came into my life at times when say, I needed more money or a new consulting contract or a new girl friend.

It all started in the 60’s when not knowing anything about intentions, I sat down and laid out some goals for the next 12 months of my life.

I didn’t just write down a list of things like many of us do, but I took a look at each item and visualized it and the new value for it in my mind. I “owned it” so to speak. I was submerged in it. I experienced it happening in a very real sense.

I finished the list of items experiencing each as I chose to write it down and PUT THE LIST AWAY. Not thinking about it or looking at it for the next 12 months. Guess what? When I looked at it 12 months later, almost all of the goals had been met. I was flabbergasted! I was please but didn’t grasp the power at my beck and call until later after reading Maxwell Maltz’s book Psycho-Cybernetics, a book that changed my life forever.

So for now, let me say that I’ve come to appreciate this tremendous power I have and am always willing to share it and my experiences of it with everyone I can.

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Manifesting Intentions Without Resistance

Suppose you set a positive intention, focus your energy on its manifestation for the highest good of all, see the promising alpha reflection, and then watch your results completely stagnate. Why did your intention fail to manifest as quickly as you desired?

Whenever this happens the root cause is that you failed to become a vibrational match for your intentions. Probably without even realizing it, you remained stuck in a pattern of intending for your desires NOT to manifest, thereby sabotaging yourself from making progress.

What creates this drag? The answer is your fears. Most of the time, your fears are subconscious. You aren’t even aware of them, so they sabotage you from the shadows. Your fears act as intentions which keep your desires from manifesting. The more you resonate with fear, the worse your results will be when consciously trying to apply the Law of Attraction. The LoA is still working fine, but you’ll be inclined to think it doesn’t work because your fears will cause you to keep manifesting more of the same. And the harder you push, the more your fears push back.

In this article I’ll offer you a process for bringing your fears to the surface and getting them out of your way, so you can stop them from interfering with your positive intentions. This will allow you to manifest your desires faster and more easily.

Intentions are a package deal

When you set a goal or an intention and begin moving towards it much more slowly than you’d like, the drag you experience comes from your fears, not the external world. If you put all your energy into changing your external circumstances without addressing your fears, your progress will be extremely slow, if you even move at all.

How can you identify the fears that interfere with your positive intentions? Here’s a fairly straightforward way to do it:

First, imagine you’ve already manifested your intention in its entirety. Sit quietly and just imagine it as being real right now. Don’t imagine it happening in the future — imagine it right now. You’re already there. It’s a done deal. Take a few minutes to make it as real as possible.

Now do some role-playing in your imagination. Mentally act out a few different scenarios to get a feel for what your life will really be like once this intention has become your present reality. Consider the major side effects. How will the achievement of this goal affect your health, finances, relationships, career, spiritual practice, etc? In what other ways will it change you? No change occurs in isolation, so how will this change ripple outward and create other changes? Try to get a clear sense of the whole package of changes, and see if you can figure out where your life might re-stabilize after the initial change.

For example, if your intention is to manifest a million dollars, imagine how that extra money will affect the other parts of your life. How will it affect your family, your friendships, your living situation, your career, your taxes, your eating habits, your spending habits, your spirituality? How will this one change create a tidal wave of other changes? Where will you actually end up when the dust finally settles?

Don’t idealize or demonize these side effects. Do your best to imagine the most realistic results you can.

Manifesting a million dollars, losing 50 pounds, getting married, moving to a new city, or switching careers are significant changes. A common mistake we make when putting out new intentions is that we consider those intentions in isolation, failing to account for the complete package of side effects.

If you spend even 10 minutes doing this exercise (longer is good too), you’ll notice there’s a lot more to your intentions than you initially realized. But if you don’t consider these side effects when focusing on your intentions, then your intentions will have little power to manifest because deep down, you’ll know they don’t represent a realistic, stable situation.

If you want your intentions to manifest, then you need to understand that they’re a package deal. You have to accept and intend the whole package, not just the convenient parts.

Uncovering hidden fears that sabotage your intentions

When you consider the whole package of your intentions, you’ll notice some internal resistance. Some parts of your visualization will be wonderful, while other parts will seem undesirable. For example, if your intention is to manifest a million dollars, and you know deep down that one of your close friends simply won’t be able to handle it because s/he responds negatively to anyone with that kind of money, then you may feel some resistance about manifesting the money. You want the intention, but you’re unhappy with the side effects.

Any undesirable elements that come up during this exercise will be pointers to your fears.

What holds you back from being totally congruent with your intentions isn’t the total package itself, since that package is (so far) only in your imagination. What holds you back is the fear that arises when you consider the total package. Going back to the example of your friend who responds negatively to financial wealth, your friend isn’t holding you back at all. It’s the fear of your friend’s reaction that’s the real culprit. Even if you never told your friend about your intention to manifest a million dollars, you’d still suffer the intention-blocking effects of your fear. Both your fears and your desires exist only within your consciousness at this point, not in the physical world, so the entire conflict is an internal one. But a lack of internal congruency is all it takes to kill your best intentions.

As you explore your visualization of the total package, take note of which parts you resist, and try to express them in words. For example, here are some fears you might list when you think about manifesting a million dollars:

fear that you’ll lose the money foolishly after putting so much energy into manifesting it
fear that your life will become too complicated trying to manage the money
fear that you’ll be stingy with the money, thereby having to admit you’re a stingy person
fear that your accounting and tax situation will become more complicated
fear that the money will strain your relationships
fear that the money will distract you from what’s most important to you
fear that managing the money will be stressful
fear that having more money will create more responsibility
fear that the money will isolate you, distancing you from your peers
and so on
Make a list like the one above for your own intentions. What fears arise when you imagine the total package? Where do you experience resistance?

One good fear is all it takes to keep your positive intentions from manifesting. Fear keeps you from becoming a vibrational match for your desires.

From fear to acceptance

If you want your intentions to manifest, you must eliminate the fears that conflict with your intentions. Once all the fear is gone, your intentions will manifest quite easily. But as long as you fail to address your fears, no amount of force will permit your intentions to manifest.

One of the simplest ways to eliminate your fears is to accept them. Stop feeding your fears with intentional energy, and just allow them to be. For example, if you simply accept that if you manifested $1 million, that yes, your tax situation would become more complicated, then you’re no longer turning that drawback into a fear. You’ve downgraded the fear into a consequence.

The difference between a fear and a consequence is acceptance. A fear is an outcome you resist. A consequence is an outcome you accept. When you fear part of the package that surrounds your desire, you effectively resist your desire, meaning that you intend it NOT to manifest. But when you accept the total package, you allow your desire to manifest without resistance. This is what it means to become a “vibrational match” for your intentions.

If you aren’t ready to accept the total package surrounding your desires, then you aren’t ready to manifest your desires.

This was a particularly difficult lesson for me to learn. Once I understood that if I wanted to manifest a new desire, I had to accept the whole package of side effects without resistance, I began getting noticeably better results with the Law of Attraction.

Lately I’ve been testing the LoA in the financial area of my life because it’s easy to measure the results to assess how well it’s working. When I began intending greater financial abundance with the Million Dollar Experiment kickoff in November 2005, I made some early progress, but I wondered why the money didn’t manifest instantly if the LoA truly works. Why should the LoA require the passage of time to manifest anything? Eventually when I tried the above exercise of visualizing the whole package, it became obvious that I was resisting (aka fearing) the side effects of having a million dollars. Even though my intentions were positive, my fear was still creating a lot of drag.

One by one I’ve been working on those fears by acknowledging and accepting them as consequences. Once I release my resistance, I create an empowering belief to replace the fear. This just means I take the same consequence and find a way to interpret it as a positive instead of a negative (via Creative Observation). For example, if I fear having a million dollars because it will complicate my tax situation, I first accept it as a consequence by letting go of my resistance. I admit to myself, “OK, so more money will mean a more complicated tax situation. That’s just a fact to be accepted, not something dreadful I need to fear. I can deal with it.” Then I shift it over to an empowering belief by saying, “If I have more money, I can hire a good accountant to handle my taxes, so even though my situation may be more complicated, I’ll be able to afford all the help I need.”

As another example I worried that some people would react negatively to my attempts to attract greater financial abundance, misjudging my motives and assuming I’m “just in it for the money,” especially as I reach beyond the survival income range and into the abundance range. But I realized this is totally my issue, not anyone else’s. If my motives are honorable and genuinely focused on serving the highest good of all, then I needn’t worry about anyone’s opinion of me. The very fact that I’m so concerned about this issue indicates that I care far more about service than I do about money anyway. My external reputation is out of my control because it exists purely in other people’s minds, so I can’t allow myself to become attached to it. I can only do my best and accept the consequences. I choose to focus on the good I can do with more money, including finding new ways to explore and express my purpose.

Has this process of working through my fears been effective? I have no doubt that it has. I can feel how much my energy has shifted over the past year. Consider that today this website generates more than 10x the income it did a year ago, and my expectation is that it will generate at least $500,000 in 2007 if I simply continue doing what I’m already doing. Moreover, I can envision a clear and unobstructed path to an income of $100,000 per month. This money isn’t flowing because I’m forcing it — I’m simply allowing it to arrive. The real work isn’t what I do with my business — it’s what I do with my consciousness.

I absolutely, positively must credit this financial increase to working through my fears, accepting them as consequences, and replacing them with empowering beliefs. In the past several months, the money has been flowing in such avalanches it’s almost ridiculous how easy it is… easy from a business standpoint, but still a challenge to work through those fears.

This process requires some deep self-assessment and introspection, so it’s not an overnight fix by any means. For me it’s been extremely eye-opening though. I’ve been amazed at just how many fears came up that I needed to deal with. I realized that in order to overcome a fear, I must first identify it. It’s become abundantly clear that the more I work though my fears, the faster my results improve.

I still have more internal resistance to deal with, so I’m certainly not done yet. But I know that this process works.

The really insidious part — the part that keeps me up at night thinking about it — is whether the intention of the Million Dollar Experiment itself is responsible for my discovering that I needed to work through my fears to allow the original intention to manifest. Will a powerful intention actually manifest the very tools necessary to help it manifest? Consider that this website is the central hub of the Million Dollar Experiment. If I can successfully manifest $1 million via the experiment’s intention, then I’ll surely explain all the details here and offer whatever insights I can into how to accelerate the process, thereby potentially enabling thousands of other participants to use the same process to generate their $1 million as well. Could it be that the mere intention is all it takes to get the ball rolling — and keep it rolling — even in the presence of deep-seated resistance?

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Monday, March 26, 2007

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I get emails from Images of One on a regular basis and recently I got
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How People Use The Release Technique 5a

Make a List of Wants and a List of Things You Have 6
Wanting =Lack 7

The Unstuck Chart Road Map 8

Your Ticket to Bliss and Abundance 9

The Chart of Emotions 10

AGFLAP CAP Results in: Feeling Thinking Acting 12

Scale of Action 21

Four Ways of Handling a Feeling 22

Steps to Releasing 23

Knowing One's Emotions 24

Emotional Intelligence 25

Releasing Questions 26

Goals 28-31

Wording a Goal Statement... 28

Sample Goal Statements 29

Goals I Would Like to Achieve 30

Goal Charts 31

Goal ''To Do" List. 32

Wants 33-38

Wants: Keys to Empowerment... 33

A Definition of Wants 34

Ways in Which I Seek Approval. 35

Ways in Which I Seek Control. '" 36

Ways in Which I Seek Security/Safety/Survival... 37

The Emotional Picture (How the Feeling of Desire Works) 38

Attachment to Money 39

Aversion to Money 40

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Instructions 41

Attachment & Aversion Blank Sheets (2) 42

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Attachment to Disapproving of Myself .44

Aversion to Disapproving of Myself .45

Attachment to Figuring 46

Aversion to Figuring 47

Responsibility 48

Attachment to My Health 50

Aversion to My Health 51

Wellness 52

Wellness Worksheet. 53

Releasing Stuckness Instructions 54

Releasing Stuckness Worksheet. 55

Ponder 56
The Checks Exercise 57

Attachments and Aversions to Worrying 58

Attachments and Aversions to Thinking 60

Attachments and Aversions to Doing Something 62

Ponder 64

"Good" and "Bad" Exercise 65

Releasing Pride Sheet. 66

Digging Deeper 66a

Attachments and Aversions to Holding On 67

Attachments and Aversions to Letting Go 69

Attachments and Aversions to Satisfaction 71

Attachments and Aversions to Trusting 73

Releasing Into Life: 75-81

The Six Steps 75

Getting the Most From Your Releasing 76

Things I Have to Do 77

Daily Review 78

Special Release Process 79

Clean-up Questions 80

Fast Steps to Freedom 81

A Look at Happiness 82

Gains and Benefits 84

More Gains 85

Who I Would Like to Share the Release Technique With 86

Releasing Projects 87

Lester on Demonstration " 88

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What is My Consciousness About Relationships, Business? 91

Next Steps , 93
Benefits Checklist. , 94

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Sunday, March 25, 2007

Abraham: "Well Being"

Think Big, Dream Bigger to Manifest Your Life

There is the story of the kindergarten teacher who asks a child what she is drawing. "I'm drawing a picture of God," the child replies. "But, sweetheart," says the teacher, "no one knows what God looks like." They will in a minute!" says the child.

Now, that is a perfect example of Thinking BIG !!

Big Thinkers possess this childlike faith. Not a childish faith that lacks maturity and understanding, but an attitude of deep faith in themselves. If you are a big thinker, you have an inner voice that asks "why not" and "what if" and you're in tune with your own skills, talents, and abilities to SEE the unseen or create the uncreatable.

Here's another example of a Big Thinker:

The Italian sculptor Agostino d'Antonio worked diligently on a large piece of marble. Unable to produce his desired masterpiece, he lamented, "I can do nothing with it." Other sculptors also worked this difficult piece of marble, but to no avail. Michelangelo discovered the stone and visualized the possibilities in it. His "I-can-make-it-happen" attitude resulted in one of the world's masterpieces - the statue of David.

Yes, sometimes, all it takes is to have unstoppable belief and high-faith in your own creative talents to turn your imagination into reality.

But, if thinking big is all it takes, by now, wouldn't we already have a world full of people steadfastly achieving their goals and bringing major accomplishments into their life?

Let's look at an example of a Big Dreamer first; then maybe I can shed some more light on the question above.

There is the story of Ray Kinsella (played by Kevin Costner) who hears an ethereal message ("If you build it, they / He will come") that inspires him to construct a baseball diamond in the middle of his Iowa cornfield - with the promise that the ghosts of famous baseball players will inhabit it for games at night.

Ray heard his inner voice (let's just say his connection to source or his higher-self), believed in the possibilities (however far beyond obvious), talked about it with intention, clarity, and passion. He took action on his inner promptings, regardless of how nonsensical they seemed at the time.

One of the manifesting mentors I interviewed basically told me everything in the world is suggestion - just one step away from a dream.

Life is indeed a dream and the producers of Field of Dreams make this point during a scene where Ray's father (John) asked:

"Is this heaven?"

Ray Kinsella : No - it's Iowa.
John: I could have sworn it was heaven.
Ray : Is there a heaven?
John: Oh, yeah. It's the place where dreams come true.
(Ray looks around, seeing his wife playing with their daughter on the porch.)
Ray : Maybe this is heaven.

Yes, Big Dreamers - just like Big Thinkers - find it easy to believe that all things are possible, and that life can be as passionate, pure and invigorating as fresh-cut outfield grass. However, oftentimes, this is where to two similarities end. For instance, to me, the movie Field of Dreams isn't so much a story of a possibility-thinking farmer, searching for boyish excitement in his life, as much as it is a story about TRUST and the power of VISION mixed into the manifesting process.

A bonafide Big Dreamer is somebody who is what I like to call a Vivid Visionary. Just like Ray, they have a personally compelling belief in the "inner voice" that prompts them along to take the little steps that eventually lead to bigger steps, unleashing the power of manifestation in their life.

And that power basically says: whatever it is you think constantly about, feel good about when talking about it, or become immersed in with unwavering emotion and focus, will become evident for you - not only to your own senses but to those around you who were involved while you took that first small step.

Sure, we all know the movie was fiction - a fantasy film, based on W. P. Kinsella's 1982 novel "Shoeless Joe" - however, when you watch the progression of Kevin Costner's character (Ray), from the first few dismissals' of his inner voice to his KNOWING that he was personally responsible for turning his vision into reality, you get to see a Vivid Visionary in the making.

My friend Dr. Michael Norwood, defines vision like this:

" A Vision has many components. It may start off as a goal, a mission or even a dream. However, whereas the goal, mission and dream describe something one accomplishes, a Vision is something one becomes ."

The question was once asked of a highly successful businessman: "How have you done so much in your lifetime?"

He replied, "I have dreamed. I have turned my mind loose to imagine what I wanted to do. Then I have gone to bed and thought about my dreams. In the night I dreamt about my dreams and turned then into my Vision. And when I awoke in the morning, I envisioned my day - I knew what action that I needed to employ to help me pull in the resources and people to support my Vision and make it a reality."

Personal Accountability Check - How many of you reading this truly spend at least 15-minutes a night imagining what you want in your mind, energizing it with feeling (i.e., putting yourself in the picture versus looking at the picture screen from the auditorium), and then affirming it mentally when you wake up?

Come on - be honest !

One of the Manifesting Mentors I interviewed told me emphatically:

" Just 15 minutes of creative visualization a day can change you life in unimaginable ways. It's just that most people don't believe in their own imagination ".

Read that twice. Three times, if you want to.

There's incredible wisdom and stinging truth in that statement.

More so than just personal confidence, big picture thinking, or being an idea-driven person, being a Big Dreamer is all about taking your wants to sleep, thinking constantly about them, talking about them, planning them with focus, and adding all the spices to your dreams that will give you the realization of actually manifesting your dreams - bigger, better, and faster than ever.

The ability to image, and the ability to expect what we dream about to come true, are two of the finest qualities of being a human being. Together, with belief in our own reality-creating power, we can truly be a Vivid Visionary. As Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the U.S., said: "We grow great by dreams. All big men are dreamers."

So, dream on - but, add some ACTION (without it, you're just a Big Thinker), sprinkle in some FOCUS (think about your dreams / desires enough to bring them into consistent awareness), and top them off with TRUST (that you will, without question, always get exactly what you ask for).

You truly are the one who STARTS it all - from day dream, to night dream, to living out your dream - regardless of how outside of you it may SEEM!

I'll leave you with one final quote / scene from Field of Dreams. [ On wondering who the voice was - telling him "If You Build It, He / They Will Come" ]

Ray Kinsella : What are you grinning at, you ghost? Shoeless Joe: "If you build it -" (gestures toward catcher, who is Ray's father, John Kinsella) "- he will come."

Ray : It was you?

Shoeless Joe: No, Ray. It was you.

Barry Goss is the author of The Manifesting Mindset – which can be downloaded for free HERE - and the co-Founder of ~ From asking the questions very few dare touch to being fascinated by the authors, coaches, healers, and spiritual guru's who do things in a seemingly 'magical way', Barry has dedicated his life to connecting with these the world's top manifesting mentors and sharing their secrets, techniques, and strategies with you.


Stop Doing What Your Doing

Guest: ...If I want something, so very much, like...say, a beautiful home, and I
don't see it within my means to buy a new home but, I still want it, and can
feel excited about I still creating it?

Abraham: In the moment that you are excited about it, you are! In the moment
that you are worried about it and thinking you cannot afford it, you are pushing
it away. And that is the way most of your creations are: they are floating
around in limbo out here somewhere!

Created, just not coming into your experience because you attract them and push
them, attract them and push them, attract them and push them.


Now, that doesn't mean you have to fix the thought! That doesn't mean you have
to 'convince' yourself you CAN afford it. It means you have to stop thinking you

Abraham-Hicks, A NEW BEGINNING

We do not "stop" what we're doing. We either do not do it, or we use a better term, such as, "have already done", or accomplished that. If we are "trying to stop", we are pushing against what we do not want, instead of having already "allowed" what it is we did want. There is no trying in having already done something. knightsintent



Manifesting Intention

Creative Observation

A common question I get about intention-manifestation is something along these lines: How come when I wholeheartedly intend X to happen, I still get the opposite of X?

For example; How come when I intend wealth, I'm still poor? How come when I intend a new relationship, I'm still alone? How come when I intend a new career, I'm still stuck in the old one?

These are excellent questions. The answer is that intention-manifestation always works. When it seems like it isn't working, the reason is that while you're correctly putting out the intention for what you want, you're also putting out the intention to continue manifesting what you don't want. And you're probably doing a lot more of the latter than the former, so if your situation changes at all, it will happen very slowly. But if you keep it up, it will still work. However, most people give up on their positive intentions long before they have a chance to manifest, and by default they go back to thinking about what they don't want, so all progress is erased.

Imagine you're driving a car up a hill. What happens to the car if you stop partway up the hill and put the car in neutral? You slide back down the hill, erasing all your progress. No matter how many times you re-run this routine, you get the same result.

Observation is creative.

Now how is it that people keep thinking about what they don't want even when they're hugely motivated to manifest something new? It's very simple. If you're in a situation you don't want to be in, and you observe it or notice it, you're thinking about it. That means you're intending its continuation. For example, if you're overweight and you're intending to be thin, and you go to the mirror and see your overweight body, you just intended the opposite of what you want, thereby negating your intention to be thin.

That's harsh, isn't it? But this is why intentions can take a while to manifest.

Now how the heck are you supposed to focus on what you want if your current situation is something you don't want, and merely observing your current situation is enough to negate your positive intention?

That, of course, is the million dollar question. Fortunately, there's a million dollar answer: creative observation.

Let's review the rules of intention-manifestation:

1. All thought is creative. Every thought is an intention, including your perceptions. Observation is active creation, not passive witnessing. There's no such thing as observation without creation.
2. 100% responsibility. You're 100% responsible for everything that exists in your reality. If you perceive it, you created it.
3. Only the present is real. You only have power in this present moment; the past and future are merely projections you're creating right now. If you remember that X happened in the past, you're creating that past right now. To remember is to think, and to think is to intend.
4. No denial. You cannot uncreate what you've already manifested. Once something has manifested in your reality, it's too late to uncreate it. The mere act of observing it will perpetuate it. It makes no sense to deny what you've already created. If you perceive it, you've made it real.

#4 is the tricky part. You can't uncreate what you've already manifested. Once something appears in your reality, it's no longer just potential. You've made it real. Now it's stuck in your awareness, and you'll continue creating it merely by observing it. For example, if you're broke and in debt, you can't manifest wealth by denying your poverty. You've already created poverty; it's as real as solid rock. So the first part of adaptive creation is to accept the reality of everything you've created so far. Even if you don't see how you attracted it, it doesn't matter. All that matters is that it's real right now, so acknowledge and accept your current situation honestly, even if you don't particularly like it… even if you downright hate it.

Now let's say you want to go from A to B, where A is the current situation you've already manifested, and B is a new situation you'd like to manifest. Maybe it's fat to thin, rags to riches, loneliness to romance, wage slave to business owner, etc. It's nearly impossible to focus all your attention on B without thinking about A, especially if you fail just by noticing A. How can you not think about being overweight if you're stuck in your overweight body every single moment? How can you not think about being broke if you don't have the money to pay your bills?

All observation is creatively biased.

The key is that when you observe your current reality, you always observe with a bias. Your bias is rooted in your beliefs, but let's simplify that model to just three general biases: positive, negative, or neutral. All observation can be assigned one of these three bias values.

Suppose you observe the current state of your situation, and it's not remotely what you want. That's fine — it's perfectly OK to acknowledge that. But while you're observing your situation, you're also also expecting one of three things to happen: (1) the situation is improving, (2) the situation is declining, or (3) the situation is stable. This expectation may be subconscious much of the time, but it's always there in some form.

Assuming you intend your situation to improve, which of these three observational biases makes the most sense? Clearly the positive one bias is the way to go. In order for intention-manifestation to work smoothly, whenever you observe your current situation (even as it continues to conflict with what you really want), you must observe with positive bias as much as possible. This will allow you to observe reality without simultaneously negating your positive intention.

Why a positive attitude is critical.

This is precisely why a positive mental attitude is effective. Attitude is absolutely critical. If you spend time focusing on your positive intentions, but you also observe your present situation in either a neutral or negative way, you're wasting your time. This is why you don't get thin by harboring thoughts like, "I hate being fat." Instead you must acknowledge your present overweight body while latching onto the hope that your momentum is headed towards your goal weight.

Fortunately, no matter how overweight, broke, lonely, or unmotivated you are, there's always hope. There's always the possibility of turning things around. Even if pure dumb luck is the only ray of hope you can accept right now, that's a step in the right direction. Hold that hope as a general positive expectation rather than becoming attached to just one way your positive intentions might manifest. For example, you might focus on the hope of attracting better financial luck, but don't assume that it will come in the form of a lottery win.

This is why goal setting sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. You'll achieve your goals if you observe your present reality with a positive momentum in the direction of your goals. But if you set a goal and observe your present situation with a negative or neutral bias, then your goals have no power to induce change.

My experience

I've been testing this creative observation strategy for several weeks now. Whenever I observe something in my reality that I don't like or that conflicts with my positive intentions, I do my best to look for any shred of hope for improvement and focus on that. I keep observing with a positive bias, always asking, "What's good about this?" As I observe my present reality, I'm literally trying to bend it in the direction of my intentions. I look for any reasonable excuse that the momentum of a situation is positive and improving in the direction of my intentions. I accept the situation as it is, so there's no denial, but I'm imagining it getting better at the same time. So even though this particular point may not be what I want, I imagine it as part of a line that's sloping towards my goal. I observe the position but visualize it with a positive velocity.

If the velocity of the immediate past is negative, then I imagine a deceleration followed by a new acceleration in a more positive direction. For example, if my kids are beginning to misbehave in public, and if their behavior is gradually worsening, I acknowledge and accept what's happening while visualizing a positive turnaround on its way.

The results of this test are still accruing, but so far I'm convinced it's having a major impact already. Since I started doing this, I've had two major new potential partners come into my life, one of which I've already received a contract from for a new deal that I can hopefully announce this fall. I've also had lots of smaller opportunities crop up out of the blue. In all cases these were apparent coincidences — everyone came to me. It was totally effortless.

Steve is passionate about sharing his personal growth lessons with anyone who desires to improve themselves. He's written over 500 personal development articles, covering topics such as courage, motivation, productivity, and the meaning of life -- all of which are available for free on his web site,